Calif. temps invade DC ahead of movie premiere about former governor

Unseasonably high temps in Washington will certainly help those attending a glam movie premiere get into a California state of mind.

Hilary Armstrong, the executive producer of the new film “California State of Mind — The Legacy of Pat Brown,” says she’s thrilled to show the documentary to a politically packed audience on Tuesday at the National Archives. Armstrong is the granddaughter of former California Gov. Pat Brown (D).

With D.C. experiencing early summer-like weather, Armstrong exclaims, “It feels like we brought California climate with us. We hope our film about leadership and optimism warms the hearts of Washington residents.”

California Democratic Reps. Nancy Pelosi and Karen BassKaren Bass'Veep' star lobbies to end human trafficking Obama stresses down-ballot races at big-money Hollywood fundraiser Dem resolution calls for 'Children's Bill of Rights' MORE, along with Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne FeinsteinJudiciary Dems seek hearing on voting rights Intel leaders push controversial encryption draft Democrats block energy spending bill over Iran amendment MORE (D-Calif.) and Brown’s daughter Kathleen (sister of California Gov. Jerry Brown), have all been invited to attend the free screening. The premiere is also open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis.

This story was updated at 6:54 a.m.